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What and where can we recycle in the village?
As well as kerbside recycling every fortnight (provided by Mid Suffolk District Council), you can recycle other items in Debenham:
Christmas trees - Debenham Leisure Centre offers a collection point for your old real Christmas Trees for recycling. Check their website for details of dates.
Coins (foreign and old) - Webster's Newsagents (raising money for the Royal Institute for the Blind)
Glass - (including the lids - keep them screwed to the top of bottles and jars) Coopersfield, Aspal Road and at Debenham Leisure Centre. For more details click here
Inkjet Cartridges - Webster's Newsagents to raise funds for Sir Robert Hitcham Primary School
Mobile Phones - Websters Newsagents (raising funds for St Elizabeth Hospice)
Newspapers - Debenham Leisure Centre
Spectacles - Websters Newsagents (raising funds for British Heart Foundation)
Stamps - used postage stamps can be recycled at Webster's newsagents to raise funds for St Elizabeth Hospice
Textiles - Debenham Leisure Centre and the Fire Station. The Primary School also runs an annual textile recycling event to raise funds. This is usually in Spring and is well advertised locally
Wool - 4 ply, double knitting or chunky - Websters Newsagents to turn in to knitted garments for St Mary's Church
Of course there are so many other things you can reduce the use of, reuse or recycle. For more information, see the Green Suffolk website
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We have access to SurveyMonkey, an online survey service. Find out more here.
Suffolk Highways deals with potholes and other work relating to our road network. To report an issue with a highway, visit their website
Suffolk Highways on Twitter (useful for up to date information on road closures and gritting during winter)
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